I just got off a call with a runner who needed a second opinion with his running injury recovery.
He had a fracture and it has been improving. But because it was painful and swollen, he was still icing it daily.
At his last follow-up appointment, the doctor actually said, “I think you’re good enough to actually start cycling at this point, to get back a little of your running fitness.”
So, the question is, should I stop icing?
Do I need to keep doing that? If my injury is good enough to start cycling can I stop icing?
Does a release to cycle mean you’re good enough to stop icing your foot?
Well, that’s what we’re talking about today on the Doc On The Run podcast.View Details »